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    Default Tips on running Audio 2 DJ into PA mixing board

    Hi,

    My friend is having a 30th birthday party and I am planning on DJing for part of it. I use a midi controller with an audio 2 DJ as my sound card. I understand the Audio 2 DJ is unbalanced. He said he is renting 2 PA speakers and being loaned a mixing board. If I run the audio 2 DJ into the mixing board, I am planning on mixing internally and sending that audio signal to the board. I was wondering if anyone had any tips/ things to think about with settings for EQ/Gain/etc knobs on the mixing board itself, or should I just leave it neutral.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirtofu View Post
    Hi,

    My friend is having a 30th birthday party and I am planning on DJing for part of it. I use a midi controller with an audio 2 DJ as my sound card. I understand the Audio 2 DJ is unbalanced. He said he is renting 2 PA speakers and being loaned a mixing board. If I run the audio 2 DJ into the mixing board, I am planning on mixing internally and sending that audio signal to the board. I was wondering if anyone had any tips/ things to think about with settings for EQ/Gain/etc knobs on the mixing board itself, or should I just leave it neutral.

    Thanks!
    Unless your audio cables are like, five metres long, I wouldn't worry about it.
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